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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Fanchette reply when the Count asks where Marceline is?
(a) she is waiting for the Count in the garden.
(b) she has gone into town with Bartholo.
(c) she has left town with Bartholo.
(d) she is having tea with Figaro.
2. What does Figaro playfully tease Marceline about?
(a) Her plans to sue him for neglect.
(b) Her plans to sue him for breach of promise of marriage.
(c) Her plans to divorce him.
(d) Her plans to sue him for her illegitimate child.
3. What action does Suzanne describe as Figaro "being in his element"?
(a) when Figaro completes his duties.
(b) when Figaro professes his love for Suzanne.
(c) when Figaro plans and schemes.
(d) when Figaro travels to London with the Count.
4. What is Suzanne trying on as Figaro is busy measuring?
(a) a new robe.
(b) a bridesmaid dress.
(c) her wedding dress.
(d) a wreath of flowers.
5. Who does Bazile say he wishes to advance his claim for the hand of?
(a) the Countess.
6. What instrument does Bazile play?
(a) the guitar.
(b) the piano.
(c) the violin.
(d) the harp.
7. In addition to Figaro, which character is also in on the plot to have Cherubin stay?
(d) The Count.
8. What is the setting of Act 2, Part 1?
(a) the castle grounds.
(b) the Countess' bedchamber.
(c) Figaro's bedchamber.
(d) the Count's study.
9. What has Figaro arranged to be delivered to the Count hinting that the Countess is seeing another man?
(a) a letter.
(d) a telegram.
10. Where does Figaro tell the Countess she should meet the Count, despite the fact that someone else will take Suzanne's place?
(a) the garden.
(b) the parlor.
(c) the living room.
(d) the bedchamber.
11. Who does the Count wonder about as Suzanne and the Countess laughingly comment on the way that Figaro cannot stop his manipulations, who does the Count wonder about?
(b) Dr. Bartholo.
12. What does Suzanne do after she enters the room with the dress in hand, unnoticed by either the Count or the Countess?
(a) she hides.
(b) she interrupts them.
(c) she begins to put on the dress.
(d) she tells the Count to calm down.
13. What does Cherubin pointedly say to the Count after he admits that his previous actions were unwise?
(a) he can be discreet.
(b) he can be helpful.
(c) he can be trusted.
(d) he can be difficult.
14. What does the Count swear to Suzanne after he realizes that Cherubin has heard the entire conversation and is banished?
(a) She will have to leave the castle grounds indefinitely.
(b) She will stay in her room.
(c) She can no longer marry Figaro.
(d) She can apologize but will not be forgiven .
15. According to Figaro, why is the bedroom perfect?
(a) because it is close to their Master's room.
(b) because it has a lovely view.
(c) because the floorboards don't makes noise.
(d) because it is wide enough for a good bed.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Suzanne agree to not tell even Figaro of the change in plans?
2. How does Figaro react when the Count confronts him about the letter?
3. How does Figaro explain the reason why "he" jumped out of the window?
4. What is the Countess's explanation to the Count as he enters the bedchamber?
5. Who does Bazile comment that Cherbuin will have to be careful around?
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